- Tax avoidance investigations into big businesses get more aggressive - and pull in nearly £1billion more
(tags: tax uk )
- The curious case of the blind man who could still see.
(tags: blindness sight brains odd )
- Fifty Shades of Grey is now the bestselling book ever on Amazon - beating off Harry Potter.
(tags: FiftyShadesOfGrey books publishing amazon business harrypotter )
- New drywall building material can cut buildings' energy consumption by 40% by stabilising temperature.
(tags: temperature construction housing technology )
- I just pledged towards a Kickstarter for finding out how to make America more like Scandinavia
(tags: usa scandinavia liberal society economics books kickstarter TimWorstall )
- Dan "Community" Harmon has _three_ shows in development. Yaaaaaay!
(tags: viaJohnCoxon tv community DanHarmon )
- Wrigley Co. Uses Bestiality to Sell Skittles
(tags: funny food bestiality viaJWZ )
- Real life mech! Or possibly very nicely faked mech! Either way: mech!
(tags: awesome video robot mecha )
- Cabinet discusses full nationalisation of RBS
(tags: uk banking rbs )
- 007 - The Business of Bond
Don't forget to click "adjust for inflation" to see how the early movies compare. Particularly considering their budgets.
(tags: money JamesBond movies )
- Valve's Source Engine runs faster on Linux than it does on Windows.
(tags: valve windows linux games computers opengl )
- E-book festival aimed to attract 25,000 people - manged less than 100.
(tags: ebooks festival EpicFail )
- Hamas blasts Palestinian official's Auschwitz visit
(tags: palestine israel Holocaust Jews )
- No-frills savings plans outlined by the UK Treasury.
Can't see them being popular, myself. If the government wants a good baseline savings product it could do them itself, via the Post Office.
(tags: banks savings uk )
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